In the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, surrounded by the Caribbean sea and natural wonders with a historical past...lies Playa del Carmen, at less than 65 km south of Cancun, in the very heart of the Mayan Riviera that harbors flora and fauna with lush rainforest and a magnificent wealth of aquatic life, including the largest second reef in the world. Beaches of white sand embellish the blue waters, and the legacy of a Mayan empire shrouds in an enchanting atmosphere and mystery these inspiring coasts.
Ciudad Mayakoba is at a very short distance from local communities where there are Mayan legacies, from beaches, and from archeological sites. It is located at the entrance to Playa del Carmen, which went from being a fishing village to a town with beaches, lined with boutiques, galleries, restaurants, cafes, and nightclubs.
For visitors interested in culture, just at 63 km south of the premises is Tulum, the ancient Mayan city overlooking the sea. It is also in the vicinity the ancient city of Coba, with its huge Mayan pyramids. The archeological site of Chichen Itza, one of the wonders of the world, is just at a three-hour drive, rewarding visitors as it is the most important ceremonial center of the Mayan civilization.